Calcutta Tube (May 16): Mumbai television serial star Indraneil Sengupta can pick and choose the roles he wants to pick and choose. This is a metaphorical phrase but it is only a matter of time to change into reality. Tollywood and the Bengali audience seem to have accepted him as a good-looking actor and also as a good actor. With the Jeets and the Prosenjeets and the Devs of this world, there is surely room of a suave, sophisticated and handsome hunk like Indraneil within Bengali cinema. His performance in Riingo’s Jodi Ekdin is enough meat for producers to chew on. Other films waiting to be released are Aar Ekti Premer Galpo where is acts along with filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh, Buddhadeb Dasgupta’s Jaanala opposite Swastika Mukherjee, Anjan Das’s Bedeni where he is paired with Rituparna and Autograph where he has Nandana Sen to romance with. It is indeed an enviable position for one who is an ‘outsider’ completely ignorant about Bengali cinema and who has recently stepped into the big screen. He confesses that dancing in films is something he is not comfortable with at all. He regrets having had to back out of Aparna Sen’s Iti Mrinalini for clash of dates with a television show he was doing in Mumbai.